'WikiLeaks has published its full archive in an easily accessible and searchable manner, the first time the content has been made widely available to those without sophisticated technical skills.'
'[Wikileaks] conducted a poll of its Twitter followers to decide whether to publish the documents, which it initially said was running at "100 to one" in favour of publishing. WikiLeaks did not disclose the final tallies, nor how many individuals responded to its poll.'
'WikiLeaks...published a series of increasingly detailed tweets giving clues about where the password might be found as part of its attempts to deny security failings on its own part.'
'The newly published archive contains more than 1,000 cables identifying individual activists; several thousand labelled with a tag used by the US to mark sources it believes could be placed in danger; and more than 150 specifically mentioning whistleblowers'
'The cables also contain references to people persecuted by their governments, victims of sex offences, and locations of sensitive government installations and infrastructure.'